[En-Nut-Discussion] support status of nutconfigure.exe
hmlists at focus-sw.com
Wed Jul 12 01:37:48 CEST 2006
nutconfigure is a very useful tool and it works as well as the GUI
version. It is updated and maintained at the same pace as nutconf.exe.
It appears that it has replaced the former shell script based configure
mechanism and configure.exe.
I am using nutconfigure a lot to automate Nut/OS builds for our two
Ethernut compatible hardware platforms. I call nutconfigure from the
following Makefile to automate full Nut/OS builds for a given .conf file:
all: xnut-100 xnut-105
-$(RM) -R $@-gcc app-$@-gcc
nutconfigure -i../../$@-gcc/include -b ./$@-gcc -c ./nut/conf/$@.conf
nutconfigure -i../../$@-gcc/include -b ./$@-gcc -a app-$@-gcc -c
./nut/conf/$@.conf -mavr-gcc -pavr-jtagicemkii create-apptree
$(MAKE) -C $@-gcc install
Ernst Stippl wrote:
> Hello All!
> I realized just today that besides "nutconf.exe" (the GUI based
> configurator), there is also "nutconfigure.exe" placed in the Ethernut base
> diectory after running the Windows installation package.
> Looking for information on it, I read
> http://www.ethernut.de/en/software/nutconf.html where the first few lines
> Nut/OS offers three configuration utilities.
> . nutconf
> A GUI tool for the Win32 and Linux/GTK environment.
> . configure
> A shell script to be used on Linux.
> . configure.exe
> A DOS command line tool similar to the Linux shell script. This is
> deprecated. <---!?!
> Hmm. "nutconf" appearently references nutconf.exe, "configure" does not
> exist on a Windows installation; but is "configure.exe" referencing
> I am asking because nutconfigure.exe allows configuring an Ethernut software
> "instance" in batch mode, which I need.
> So what is the status of nutconfigure.exe really?
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